a pirated pdf of the catalogue that Will Holder and I made for the show at Miguel Abreu Gallery can be found here:

Agape catalogue

Merce Fair

Lincoln Center
Sat, 07/16/2011 (All day)

Join us for this day of performances, films, exhibitions, activities, and more in celebration of the life, work, and artistic vision of Merce Cunningham.

Before Merce Cunningham, dance was a world bedecked with music and narrative, encased in sets and costumes. In a seventy-year career of incomparable importance, Cunningham tore those intricacies down and forever redefined his art form, rebuilding it on its most essential foundation: the near-limitless possibilites of movement.

Alex Waterman at the final Chrysler Series Event

The Chrysler Series
Sun, 06/26/2011 - 7:30pm - 8:30pm

Downtown Ensemble

Hudson Opera House, Brick Elephant, Issue Project Room
Fri, 06/17/2011 - 12:00am - Thu, 06/23/2011 - 12:00am

On June 17 at The Hudson Opera House, June 18 at The Brick Elephant, and June 23 at the Issue Project Room the DownTown Ensemble will feature David Garland performing three of his new songs from his forthcoming album Conversations with the Cinnamon Skeleton and performances by Bill Hellermann of sound/text pieces by Robert Ashley, Daniel Goode, Richard Kostelanetz, Jackson Mac Low and Anne Tardos. Featured performers will be such downtown stalwarts as Peter Zummo, Alex Waterman, Andrew Bolotowsky, and Daniel Goode, Co-director of the DownTown Ensemble.

more info:

Either/Or Spring Festival 2011

The Kitchen
Thu, 06/02/2011 - 8:00pm - Fri, 06/03/2011 - 8:00pm

The acclaimed experimental music ensemble Either/Or presents its 6th annual Spring Festival of contemporary chamber music. As part of The Kitchen’s 40th anniversary season, Thursday's concert pairs classics from the genesis of New York's experimental music scene of the 1970s with emerging composers in a program including Robert Ashley, George Lewis, Steve Reich, and a new work for string quartet from Australian composer Andrew Byrne. Friday evening's program focuses on the European margins with rarities from Luigi Nono, Horatiu Radulescu, Giacinto Scelsi, alongside recent works of Raphaël Cendo and other younger artists.

Thursday, June 2: music by Robert Ashley, George Lewis, Steve Reich, and Andrew Byrne

Friday, June 3: music by Horatiu Radulescu, Giacinto Scelsi, Luigi Nono, and Raphaël Cendo

Anthony Burr - clarinets
Jennifer Choi - violin
Richard Carrick - piano, conductor
Pala Garcia - violin
James Ilgenfritz -bass
Margaret Lancaster - flute
Matt Marks - horn

Judgement Day

Sat, 05/21/2011 (All day)

Taking the day off to observe the progress of the END of the world as we know it.

David Linton

Issue Project Room
Sat, 05/07/2011 - 8:30pm

Master of light and drone invites some friends to accompany.
One hell of a band.
Great night.

Vogue Met Gala with Florence and the Machine

Met Museum
Mon, 05/02/2011 (All day)

Now that it's over I can say that I did it! Here's some links to pictures and film clips:

some good shots here on Facebook:

Matt Marble

The Stone, NYC
Sun, 05/01/2011 - 10:00pm

Playing with my favorite Oregonian composer/singer/spirit of the woods in a great band including Arthur's Landing's own Ernie Brooks!

Tiger's Mind

Kunstverein Amsterdam
Mon, 04/25/2011 - 12:00am - Fri, 04/29/2011 - 12:00am

Hush Hush is a collaborative series of private events especially organized for the members of Kunstverein Amsterdam, Milan and New York.

Beatrice Gibson
“The Tiger’s Mind”

26 – 28 April 2011
Starting daily at 5 PM

Location: Ruyschstraat 4 III, Amsterdam (previous location of Kunstverein)

‘Notation is a way of making people move. If you lack others like aggression or persuasion, the notation should do it. This is the most rewarding aspect of a work on notation. The trouble is, just as you find your sounds are too alien, intended for a different culture, you make the same discovery about your beautiful notation. No one is willing to understand it. No ones moves.’ — Cornelius Cardew

“The Tigers Mind” is a serialised publishing project, initiated by Beatrice Gibson and Will Holder, that takes as its departure point, a score of the same name written by British experimental composer Cornelius Cardew in 1967.